Bhumi Pednekar is gearing up for the release of her much-awaited chick flick, Thank You For Coming. After the party anthem Haanji, the makers, earlier this week, unveiled the song of the wedding/festive season, Desi Wine. Even during promotions, Bhumi Pednekar is busy serving style lessons to be the most stylish guest at weddings. Continuing her love for glitter and heavy-duty ethnic lehengas, the actress slipped into a breathtaking creation from designer Tarun Tahiliani. The glamorous ensemble included a sleeveless choli, featuring a sweetheart neckline which was beautifully complemented by a choker-style necklace encrusted with red stones. The intricate detailing, embellishments and tassels hanging around the sleeves made it a statement piece. A draped golden skirt with embroidery, running across the hem, was teamed with the choli. The skirt also showed off her envious toned body. Bhumi also carried an equally glamorous dupatta which was elegantly draped on her shoulder. Shimmery golden eyelids, with sleek winged eyeliner and fluttery eyelashes, were accompanied by a matte-finish skin dusted with a pink and white hue blush. Bhumi finished off with brown lips and French tips.
Bhumi Pednekar's sartorial outings are always high on drama. For instance, her black gown, was far from ordinary. The sleeveless number, from the clothing brand Louis Shengtao Chen, came with sequin feather detailing and sheer panels peeking through. Her tresses were pulled up in a neat bun hairdo, making way for the diamond studs to shine. For the glam, Bhumi Pednekar stayed loyal to her statement picks. It included the matte finish skin, glittery eyelids, winged eyeliner, and nude plumpy lips.
Bhumi brought her A-game in fashion at the 48th Toronto International Film Festival. While Bhumi's glamorous co-ord sets and dresses were ruling the fashion charts of Toronto, we weren't prepared for this fiery hot outing. She wore a chic red Dolce & Gabbana dress, and our hearts skipped a beat. The flattering fit and the plunging sweetheart neckline held together with a strappy style gave an envious touch to the ensemble. As if this wasn't enough, the corseted bodice and gloves added an extra layer of fashion prowess. Bhumi completed her monochromatic style with red heels and equally glam makeup, finished off with a bright lip shade.
Meanwhile, Thank You For Coming received an overwhelming response at TIFF. The film will be released in theatres on October 6.Comments